Now, Mr. Erickson didn't file any foreign patent applications for the RFID Bingo Ball Patent that we've been discussing, but you can. The deadline for filing foreign (utility) patent applications is one year from your earliest filing date. This is the deadline by either method, the "Paris convention" or "Paris Cooperation Treaty."
We currently work with associates in the United Kingdom, European Patent Office, Turkey, Israel, India, Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina,Philippines, Malaysia, Russia, Poland and others. If your country isn't on our current list, it's not a problem. We'll find an attorney to work with!
Here's how the process works:
The short reasons to do the former is that it's a cheaper up front cost, whereas the later gives you a search report and you more time to decide which countries you'll be doing business with.
Thus far, the Patent Attorneys at Feigin & Asosicates have filed patents in the following countries and/or for clients in the following countries:
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